We are using adaptive Routing in Ecuador to deliver messages. This means to maximise delivery we will adapt how we send your messages, and as such you may see different results (DLRs. Sender IDs) depending on which network and route is being used.
Movistar (74000) messages are delivered with a shortcode or LVN SenderID.
Claro (74001) and Allegro (74002) are delivered on a local direct connection when messages are less than or equal to 140 characters. Any messages longer than this are terminated on international routes. The direct route we change the SenderID to a shortcode or an LVN. If you can keep to 140 character maximum, delivery will be better. This is due to a restriction with our local partner.
There are no additional content restrictions beyond those in our Acceptable Use Policy
Unicode messages are not guaranteed
Concatenated messages are not guaranteed
Other features/restrictions of note:
Movistar (74000) DLRs are not supported.
Claro (74001) and Allegro (74002) DLRs are not supported when we send direct and DLRs are fake when sending internationally.